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Watch out for Jeremy Langford in Year 2

The Bears rookie flashed in his debut campaign, even if his yards per carry average (3.6) was a little low. Expect Langford to become a focal point in 2016 with Matt Forte likely to leave. Breakout candidates (Insider)

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Robinson on son: 'He's been pretty amazing' (1:44)
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Where the 2016 Big Ten signees came from

More Big Ten recruits came from Ohio and Florida than any other state in 2016, and a large majority came from the eastern schools' areas.

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Looking back at Sudeikis' SportsCenter spoofs (1:46)
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Hawks roll past sloppy Bulls (0:49)
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Balanced Hawks blow past Bulls

Nine different Atlanta players scored in double figures as the Hawks picked up a 113-90 win in Chicago, handing the Bulls their fourth consecutive loss. Box score

Bulls give up 38 in third quarter

The Hawks have opened up a 91-73 lead over the Bulls, thanks to a 38-point third quarter. Atlanta is a scorching 12-for-23 from 3-point range tonight. Follow live

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Hawks lead Bulls at half

Chicago shot 51.2% to Atlanta's 42.9%, but the Hawks have a five-point halftime lead thanks to seven 3-pointers. Follow live

White Sox have No. 22 farm system in 2016

Chicago's system is gradually improving thanks to productive drafts, though it lost ground by trading three of its top 10 prospects for Todd Frazier (a good trade all the same). Ranking all 30 farm systems (Insider)

Chicago's farm system drops from No. 1

To be fair, the Cubs are still loaded with talent. The ding on their ranking is because their prospects won't do damage until 2017 and they're light on arms. How far did they fall? Ranking all 30 farm systems (Insider)

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Should Quenneville be facing same critics as Cam for postgame presser? (1:28)